Larry Miller Show



Larry tells uplifting stories from his own life, in the tradition of great radio raconteurs like Jean Shepherd and Prarie Home Companion. Join the party! It's time well spent! Larry Miller is best known for roles in Waiting For Guffman, Best in Show and 10 Things I Hate About You, as well as his standup comedy. Now he brings his sharp wit and genteel manner to his very own podcast.


  • I Dream Of Daddy (Rebroadcast)

    23/03/2020 Duration: 35min

    Larry has a curious dream about his Dad. He tells stories of his Dad trying to get crooks to go straight and an innocent young Larry believing that transistor radios really do fall off the back of trucks. And speaking of dreams, Larry recites "A Dream" by Edgar Allan Poe. Then he talks about the movie "Charlie Wilson's War." Quote of the week: "He made Luca Brasi look like Pat Boone."

  • White Man! White Man! (Rebroadcast)

    15/03/2020 Duration: 56min

    Larry has a bonding moment with a street guy -- or something? We're not sure what happened. Then Larry finds the one minimall with no bathrooms whatsoever and is also ribbed for being "the doorman" who can't operate an elevator. And he recites "Spring" by William Blake and talks about the classic '60s movie "Easy Rider." Quote of the week: "I've been 17 minutes late for 12 years."

  • What To Get Your Wife When You're A Dumb Guy

    08/03/2020 Duration: 32min

    Larry is straight up stumped about what presents to buy for his family. Then he talks about the best scene from the Rat Pack classic "Ocean's Eleven" and recites "Swallows Travel To and Fro" by Robert Louis Stevenson. Quote of the week: "I want to put a hat on just so I can take it off to them."

  • An Anniversary Tale (Rebroadcast)

    28/02/2020 Duration: 27min

    Larry talks about how much he enjoyed his low-key anniversary. No madcap antics or zany hijinks this year! Then Larry recites "A Lady Who Thinks She Is Thirty" by Ogden Nash and talks about the movie "To Sir With Love." Quote of the week: "If it doesn't work out. I'll kill you."

  • Larry and Beer, Sitting In A Tree

    23/02/2020 Duration: 32min

    If someone pees out of a tree in the forest and nobody hears it, is it still hilarious? Find out, as Larry talks about time spent drinking beer while sitting in a tree. And hear what it means that Larry got dead air from his proctologist. Larry also talks about the classic western comedy "Cat Ballou," and recites the Robert Frost poemt [sic] "The Sound Of Trees." Quote of the week: "That's without dinner and a movie?"

  • Be A Cupid, Stupid! (Rebroadcast)

    14/02/2020 Duration: 38min

    How hard should husbands and boyfriends try on Valentine's Day? Really hard, you knuckleheads! Larry overcomes his own knuckleheadedness to find a good Valentine present. Hear about the sheiks of oil jewelry store and the history of Valentine's Day. And Larry talks about the movie "Shakespeare in Love" and recites the poem "Two Valentines" by Eugene Field. Quote of the week: "27 thousand dollars for a thing?"

  • Dressing Up For The Eye Doctor

    09/02/2020 Duration: 35min

    Larry tries to figure out why he dressed up for his eye doctor appointment. Who is he trying to impress? And we hear why condoms come in packs of 3, 6 and 12. Plus, Larry talks about the movie "An Officer and A Gentleman," and recites the poem "Courage" by Robert William Service. Quote of the week: "It's wiser and smarter than I ever gave you credit for."

  • Shuffling Around The Mall

    01/02/2020 Duration: 27min

    Larry shuffles all around the mall in an attempt to find decent presents. Will he have any luck? Also, he explains who Tom Mix is and why is is on the mountain. Then Larry recites the poem "As Long As Your Eyes Are Blue" by Banjo Paterson and talks about the classic WWII movie "The Longest Day." Quote of the week: Maybe he had it coming."

  • The Fall Festival Queen!

    25/01/2020 Duration: 35min

    Larry talks about his unsuccessful campaign to be voted Fall Festival Queen and his short-lived career as a kiddie protester. Then we hear about the great chariot scene from "Ben Hur" and Larry recites "Sand Dunes" by Robert Frost. Quote of the week: "Don't just smoke an L&M. Vote for one!"

  • New Orleans Stories

    18/01/2020 Duration: 47min

    Inspired by the movie "The Big Easy," Larry recalls some fond memories of working in that great American city, New Orleans. Larry also gives a tip of the hat to the late Buck Henry and recites the poem "Change" by Ella Wheeler Wilcox. Quote of the week: "Three fingers of whiskey in a number four washtub."

  • Rain, Begone! (Rebroadcast)

    11/01/2020 Duration: 32min

    It never rains on Milleronia, but it's raining like crazy in Southern California! Larry talks about the big rain and how people lose their minds during it.

  • Does He Drink Coffee? (2019)

    23/12/2019 Duration: 31min

    With the holiday season afoot, Larry continues his annual tradition of re-telling his classic story, "Does He Drink Coffee?" Also, Larry reluctantly allows some holiday cheer on his volcano island. From Larry, all of the staff for The Larry Miller Show and the scientists who maintain Larry's weather control machine, thanks for listening and we'll see you in the new year! Quote of the week: "When did it become December?"

  • Vote Larry!

    15/12/2019 Duration: 24min

    Larry's friend decides to run for office. Will Larry get the public service bug as well? Getting in the holiday way, Larry recites the poem "Christmas Bells" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Then he talks about a magic movie moment from the classic "Our Man Godfrey." Quote of the week: "Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. What's he do, sell insurance?"

  • Post-Turkey Mayhem

    07/12/2019 Duration: 23min

    Larry recaps his fantastic Thanksgiving, including the can of Ocean Spray jellied cranberry sauce that his wife bought just to make him happy. And Larry talks about his favorite scene from Starship Troopers, then recites "Acquainted With The Night" by the great Robert Frost. Quote of the week: "Well, half of that I like a lot."

  • Our Thanksgiving Special!

    28/11/2019 Duration: 32min

    A special episode to listen to while driving to Thanksgiving at Grandma's house, or while hiding from your family in the basement. Larry has a run-in with a little old lady who just doesn't like Thanksgiving. Quote of the week: "Our house must have looked like a brothel in Texas."

  • Thanksgiving on Pluto

    24/11/2019 Duration: 30min

    Larry tells you all you need to know about Thanksgiving. "Just put a sock in it and toss in a turkey. It's not a vegetable holiday, anyway." Then he gives a sturdy defense of Pluto and recites the Robert Frost poem "Stars." Quote of the week: "Yes it is comma stupid."

  • The World's Best Hamper

    16/11/2019 Duration: 31min

    Fans of the show will know that "the hamper situation" has long been the Alsace-Lorraine of stately Miller Manner. Domestic tranquility is finally achieved, as the best hamper in the world is finally found! (See it and buy it here! Then Larry talks about what an "actor's moment" is, and discusses a great one in the Steve McQueen classic "The Cincinnati Kid."

  • Armistice Day

    10/11/2019 Duration: 29min

    In honor of the upcoming holiday, Larry tells the tragic story of the last man to die in WWI. Then Larry recites the poem "Dirge For Two Veterans" by Walt Whitman and talks about the famous Russian roulette scene from "The Deer Hunter."

  • OK, But NEXT Time...

    02/11/2019 Duration: 31min

    Larry is hassled by a parking enforcement attendant and talks about the "next time guys" -- those people who wag their finger at you, but say they won't cut you any slack "the next time." Then Larry recounts a few favorite moments from the classic '80s action film "Commando" and also gives a tip of his hat to Hulk Hogan, who he worked with on the movie "Suburban Commando." Finally, a recital of the poem "Fear No More" by the great William Shakespeare. Quote of the week: "Nevermind the happy ending, there's always a happy beginning."

  • Larry Birthday To Me

    28/10/2019 Duration: 36min

    Larry celebrates his birthday at a nostalgic dinner with an old friend. The restaurant was so fancy, it had tablecloths even! And Larry sings the virtues of the birthday nap. Then we hear about the classic movie "Friendly Persuasion," and Larry recites the poem "Pilgrims" by Robert William Service. Quote of the week: "I like cotton. I just like cotton."

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